The fiscal geniuses at the Indiana General Assembly may end up costing the state more than $100,000 to have the judiciary smack down its attempt to strip Planned Parenthood of its Medicaid-provider status.
In line with Indianapolis First Lady Winnie Ballard's Campaign for Financial Fitness, local financial planners are volunteering their time this Saturday at the state fairgrounds to offer the public free guidance.
What worries me the most is that Mitt Romney looks and sounds very much like Bush in 2000. He sounds reasonable. He denies all attempts to portray his policies as radical. But he’s surrounded himself with pro-war, anti-middle class advisers who want military adventurism abroad and economic Darwinism at home.
If women's support of the president is rooted in issues such as equality in pay, the freedom of reproductive choice and support for a strong social safety net. More baffling is Romney's popularity among men.
Republican Richard Mourdock touched off a national firestorm when he talked about abortion and rape during Tuesday's debate. He also demonstrated why politicians rarely are renowned theological scholars.